DT - Dental Laboratory Technology Outcomes

AAS: Dental Laboratory Technology

  • Apply general laboratory techniques to prepare and evaluate impressions and casts, use articulators, develop functional occlusion on articulated casts and fabricate custom impression trays
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply the physics and chemistry of materials being used during fabrication of complete dentures, removable partial dentures, fixed prostheses, including inlays, onlays, crowns, bridgework and a variety of orthodontic appliances.
  • Use work practices and safety protocols that promote a safe environment
  • Demonstrate business practices and procedures appropriate to managing or owning a dental laboratory business.
  • Use oral and written communication skills for effective professional interactions.
  • Apply legal and ethical principles while working in diverse laboratory and community settings.
  • Be prepared to continue dental, community and world awareness through continuing education and active participation in professional and nonā€professional organizations
  • Be prepared to transfer to a college or university in the health care field.
  • Demonstrate a deeper knowledge of business procedures pertinent to owning or managing a dental laboratory. 1.2014

Two-Year Certificate: Dental Laboratory Technology

  • Apply general laboratory techniques to prepare and evaluate impressions and casts, use articulators, develop functional occlusion on articulated casts and fabricate custom impression trays
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply the physics and chemistry of materials being used during fabrication of complete dentures, removable partial dentures, fixed prostheses, including inlays, onlays, crowns, bridgework and a variety of orthodontic appliances.
  • Use work practices and safety protocols that promote a safe environment
  • Demonstrate business practices and procedures appropriate to managing or owning a dental laboratory business.
  • Use oral and written communication skills for effective professional interactions.
  • Apply legal and ethical principles while working in diverse laboratory and community settings. 1.2014

 


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